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BizReport : July 27, 2009 Archive

July 27, 2009 Archive

Internet | July 27, 2009

CNNIC: China's online population more than total US population

Not only does China have the largest population of all countries on earth, it now also has the largest online population, too, according to the country's government-sanctioned Internet Network Information Center. >>

Advertising | July 27, 2009

LinkedIn/Harris: Ad budgets move online but ad formats still annoying consumers

In one of the first pieces of research to come out of a new partnership between LinkedIn and Harris Interactive, it has been revealed that consumers and advertisers have very different views on the types of advertising they believe works online. >>

Internet Marketing 101 | July 27, 2009

Internet Marketing 101: Where to Begin

With the economy around the world still struggling to find balance, more consumers are out of work and considering striking out on their own in the big, bad world of online marketing, ecommerce or ebook writing. Unfortunately, many of these entrepreneurs will fail within that first year because this big, bad world requires more than a slick website or sales pitch. Today's consumer is very intelligent when it comes to products, deals and sales pitches so today's online marketer has to be savvy, too. Over the next few days, BizReport will cover a few basics of online marketing to help beginners hit the ground running. The first step - having a plan. >>

Advertising | July 27, 2009

AMP Agency acquires Rock Coast Media

The addition of Rock Coast Media to AMP Agency's profile will give the online marketing firm a new solution: search marketing. Interactive agency Rock Coast Media focuses on SEM, SEO and social media. >>



Email Marketing | July 27, 2009

Return Path: Marketers 'in the dark' re email deliverability

Email marketing is often lauded for its deliverability and impressive ROI, but a new report from email marketing specialists Return Path has found that many marketers aren't being provided with accurate metrics. >>